A mum with two wombs has successfully give birth to two boys, beating odds of 50 million to one.
Delighted mum Rinku Devi stunned doctors by giving birth to two healthy babies that were conceived a month apart. Her condition, known as uterus didelphys, or double uterus, is so rare an average of just one case is reported each year.
Shockingly, Rinku was unaware of her condition until she was in labour, despite having her first baby four years ago.
“I got to know about having two uteruses when I was already in labour pain,” said Rinku. “I didn’t know how to react. I was in pain and quite scared. I had not heard of anything like this before. I got to know about the rarity and severity of this condition days after my delivery,” she said, reports the Daily Mail.
Despite complications, both of the baby boys were delivered successfully weighing 4lb 4oz and 3lb 3oz.